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From exodus to freedom

Stuart Altshuler

From exodus to freedom

a history of the Soviet Jewry movement

by Stuart Altshuler

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Published by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers in Lanham, MD .
Written in English


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StatementStuart Altshuler.
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LC ClassificationsDS
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 213 p. ;
Number of Pages213
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22715730M
ISBN 100742549364

  Exodus is the second book of the Old Testament following the book of Genesis. The book of Exodus describes how the Israelites flee slavery in Egypt through the might of Yahweh, their God who has chosen the Israelites as his people. Exodus plays a crucial role in setting the stage for later events of the Bible to unfold. Discover the most popular Exodus Bible verses in this collection of.   The exodus is simultaneously the escape of the people of God, the Israelites from Egypt, the land of slavery — they exit out of slavery into the Promised Land: it is the exodus — and, at the same time, it is a one-word way of referring to the events surrounding the exodus that includes, therefore, the judgment of God on the Egyptians, the.

Book of Exodus Quotes. Freedom and Confinement. The Israelites aren't asking for freedom—they're just asking for a few days off to practice their religion. So when does it turn into a fight for freedom? "Treasure city" sounds way cooler than "supply city" in our book. But both words imply a new kind of city in the ancient world. Exodus tells the story of how God hears the cry of His people, delivers them from Egyptian bondage, and leads them to freedom. The title, Exodus, comes from a Greek word that means “going out,” which is fitting for the book’s subject: the exit of the Hebrew people from Egypt.

  The title "Exodus" comes from a Greek word meaning "going out," and this book tells how the Lord set his people Israel free from slavery and brought them out of Egypt. The book of Exodus teaches that the Lord is the one true God and the ruler of all creation. And when the Lord decides to do something, no one can stop him. Based on the BE Delivered commentary, this Bible study is based on the exodus of God's people from Egypt and addresses the vital need to balance freedom with responsibility. The Wiersbe Bible Study Series: Exodus: Finding Freedom by Following God - eBook () by Warren W. WiersbeFormat: Ebook.


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From Exodus to Freedom: The History of the Soviet Jewry Movement tells the story of the American Jewish community's involvement in this exodus, and is the first of its kind to explore how such a massive emigration occurred for a population virtually written Author: From exodus to freedom book Altshuler.

Between andalmost half of the entire Jewish population of the Soviet Union left for freedom to Israel, America, and other western countries. From Exodus to Freedom: The History of the Soviet Jewry Movement tells the story of the American Jewish community's involvement in this.

In a series of forty meditations, one for each day of Lent David Adam reflects on the life of Moses in the book of Exodus. The story of this great leader provides inspiration for us to follow the Israelites' example - to launch out into new adventures, freeing others and ourselves from slavery and seeking God's Promised Land/5.

The book of Exodus chronicles the Israelites’ epic journey from slavery to freedom. Yet it’s also a journey plagued by fear, doubt, and distrust in God. Today the story remains the same, as a loving God continues to deliver broken people/5(21).

Exodus is about that, but the book has 40 chapters. So, what does the rest of the book talk about. The story of Exodus is not just about freedom from something or someone. It is also about freedom to someone and freedom for something.

At the beginning of the book, the Israelites are working for Pharaoh—Egypt’s King—as his slaves. An Exodus to Freedom: a book review As I write this, From exodus to freedom book are at the beginning of Passover, a celebration of the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt and the beginning of their long sojourn to the Promised Land.

As the Exodus story proceeds from slavery to freedom, from despair to hope, the reader is taken on a journey of moral development and modern community building--a powerful passage toward by: 1.

Home > Exodus: Called to Freedom Bible Study Program Discover the Source of True Freedom When God called Israel out of slavery in Egypt and to a life of freedom as his people, it was the defining moment in Israel’s history. Exodus speaks to these concerns as well, because growth in any area of our lives that’s truly transformational—that takes us from bondage to freedom—will follow the pattern set forth in Exodus.

Furthermore, if you genuinely and meaningfully change any. Exodus is the account of Israel’s road to freedom and the birth of a nation. This book reveals the saving actions of God in the history of the Israelites as He sends Moses out to battle against Pharaoh and the false gods of the Egyptians.

It contains noteworthy details on topics such as: the false origin of the name “Jehovah,” the significance of the plagues, the parallels between the. The book of Exodus chronicles the Israelites’ epic journey from slavery to freedom.

Yet it’s also a journey plagued by fear, doubt, and distrust in God. Today the story remains the same, as a loving God continues to deliver broken people. This Brand: David C Cook. This workbook is essential for each participant and small-group facilitator of Exodus: Called to Freedom.

It includes: Session overviews Engaging study questions Responses to the questions Talk notes for the video presentations Helpful maps, charts, and outlines This workbook is. The book of Exodus records the history of Israel’s enslavement to Pharaoh and their freedom through a deliverer that God raised up.

This deliverer was named Moses, and Moses was given the task of leading his people out of Egypt to the promised land, the land of Canaan. This event was called the Exodus. Journey to Freedom: Studies from Exodus through Joshua is a week study that surveys Israel's deliverance from Egyptian bondage under Moses, God's establishment of Israel as a nation in the wilderness, and the conquest of the Promised Land under Joshua.

Topics of personal application include "When God Seems Distant," "When We Feel Inadequate," "Discovering Boundaries," and "Amazing. Go to Index of Exodus Chapters Exodus relates the story of freedom for God’s people from slavery and the beginning of national identity.

The book is strategically important to both Old Testament history and a proper understanding of Hebrew customs and institutions.

Get this from a library. From exodus to freedom: a history of the Soviet Jewry movement. [Stuart Altshuler] -- Between andalmost half of the entire Jewish population of the Soviet Union left for freedom to Israel, America, and other western countries. This book tells the story of the American.

The covenant is more than just an agreement between God and the Israelites. It has its own quirks, subtleties, and super-weird moments.

And in many ways, Exodus is the covenant book—It's the rules, the history, and the contract all wrapped up into one. You probably remember Abraham's covenant with God fromthis is an extension of that—version Many know the story of Moses leading the oppressed Israelites out of Egypt to freedom.

Yet there is a great deal more in Exodus that is often overlooked. Exodus is the second of the five books. In Exodus we witness God beginning to fulfill His promises to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Though the children of Israel were enslaved in a foreign land, God miraculously and dramatically delivered them to freedom.

He then established Israel as a theocratic nation. The book of Exodus is the story of God rescuing the children of Israel from Egypt and forging a special relationship with them.

Exodus is the second book of the Pentateuch (the five books of Moses), and it’s where we find the stories of the Ten Plagues, the first Passover, the parting of the Red Sea, and the Ten Commandments. The book gets its name from the nation of Israel’s mass. The Global Message of Exodus The Continued Story of Redemptive History.

The book of Exodus continues the story of the redemptive history that God began in the book of original purpose of Exodus was to help the people of Israel understand their identity as God’s special people, and to learn about their covenant obligations to him.

They were to see themselves as God’s.With this freedom comes a reality, we begin a journey of a new way of living. The book of Exodus is a book about being delivered into freedom.

But this deliverance is not guaranteed. This 6-week Series In A Box will challenge your congregation to discover freedom.The Exodus is the charter myth of the Israelites. Spread over the books of Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, it tells the myth of the enslavement of the Israelites in ancient Egypt, their liberation through the hand of their tutelary deity Yahweh, the revelations at biblical Mount Sinai, and their wanderings in the wilderness up to the borders of Canaan, the land their god has given.